Thursday, September 10, 2009

What's going on tonight

Lots of Brooklyn events tonight have caught our eye, whether you're in the mood for film, music or performance art. Here's where we would go, if we could only be in four places at once.

Film: Catch the Brooklyn premiere of "No Impact Man," a documentary that follows a family for one year of living sustainably. Jealous? Snacks and beer at 7 p.m., with movie at 8 p.m. Tickets $20. At the Bell House (149 7th St.)

Cassettes: Canada's DD/MM/YYYY has signed on with Brooklyn's Impose Records to re-release their critically acclaimed third LP, Black Square, digitally and as a limited edition cassette tape. They celebrate tonight with a release party at Don Pedro's in Williamsburg. Break out the walkmen. At 8 p.m. Located at 90 Manattan Avenue.

Maze: "You Are Here" kicks off tonight with Gowns, Dan Friel, Knyfe Hyts 81, Mincemeat or Tenspeed, Pterodactyl, Skeleton Big Band, Social Junk. Go get lost. Now through October 2 at Death by Audio (49 South 2nd St.). Doors are at 8 p.m., with performances 9 p.m. to late every night. Admission is $8 at the door.

Cinema 16: Smack Mellon hosts Cinema 16 tonight, as part of the gallery's Press Play concert series held in conjunction with the DUMBO First Thursdays Gallery Walk, pairing edgy contemporary musical artists with vintage films. Tonight, a fermata scores four films: Mark Streets' lyrical experimental shorts Winterwheat and Blue Movie, Joseph Cornell’s found footage montage, and Kihachiro Kawamoto’s stop motion masterpiece Breaking Branches. Screenings start at 7 p.m., with a free beer tasting and food from Sweet Pea at 6 p.m. Located at 92 Plymouth Street.


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